It’s the time for Total War: Rome II to see the light of the day and reach PCs strategy gamers. Creative Assembly has promised a great game, a worthy descendant of Rome: Total War. The final result is not really the expected one.
The game starts good and bad at the same time. The good part is that the player gets a mini-campaign/ tutorial that introduces the player to the atmosphere and explains most of the things he can do in the game. The bad part is that since the first fight he enters, the player is hit by technical problems, especially unexpectedly low framerate on the ” pretties ” settings. Continue reading